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Notley should do the right thing and apologize

(EDMONTON, AB):  Today, UCP Chief Government Whip Shane Getson released a statement calling on Rachel Notley to do the right thing and apologize for making false allegations that the Premier and her staff tried influencing Alberta Crown prosecutors: “For the past several months, Rachel Notley and the NDP have been

United Conservative economic management making life better for Albertans

(EDMONTON, AB): Alberta’s balance sheet is stronger than ever under Alberta’s United Conservative government, and that is making life better for everyday Alberta families and businesses, Chief Government Whip Shane Getson said today. According to Thursday’s fiscal update, Alberta’s United Conservative government ended the 2022-23 fiscal year with a record $76.1

United Conservative MLAs ready to deliver for Alberta families

(EDMONTON, AB) June 20, 2023: Today in Edmonton, Chief Government Whip Shane Getson released the following statement, after the swearing-in of Alberta’s United Conservative caucus: “Our United Conservative team is strong, united, and ready to deliver for Alberta families. “Albertans sent us to the legislature to keep taxes low and

NEWS RELEASE: Rutherford statement on Dang’s abrupt decision not to seek re-election

(EDMONTON, AB) Today, former police officer and Chief Government Whip Brad Rutherford released the following statement on Edmonton-South MLA Thomas Dang’s abrupt decision not to seek re-election in the fallout of the NDP vaccine hacking scandal. “Mr. Dang has done the right thing by withdrawing his request to re-join the NDP and by

NEWS RELEASE: Five questions for Notley on her role in the Dang hacking scandal

EDMONTON, AB: Today, NDP Leader Rachel Notley will take questions from the media for the first time since court documents revealed her office was aware Thomas Dang illegally hacked Alberta’s vaccine records portal in September of 2021 and knowingly lied to Albertans. Below are five important questions Notley must answer regarding her role,

NEWS RELEASE: Unsealed Dang court records suggest Notley misled Albertans

(EDMONTON, AB) July 13, 2022: Newly unsealed court records released by the CBC suggest NDP Leader Rachel Notley misled Albertans when she denied knowing that Edmonton-South MLA Thomas Dang hacked Alberta’s vaccine records system using information that was not his own, former police officer and Chief Government Whip Brad Rutherford said today.

NEWS RELEASE: With Dang charges now laid, Notley must come clean with Albertans

(EDMONTON, AB): NDP Leader Rachel Notley must come clean with Albertans, now that Edmonton-South MLA Thomas Dang has formally been charged by RCMP for hacking Alberta’s vaccine records portal, Chief Government Whip and former police officer Brad Rutherford said today. Questions have surrounded Notley since the beginning of the Dang

NEWS RELEASE: Real Property Rights Committee submits final report

(EDMONTON, AB): The Real Property Rights Committee, chaired by Highwood MLA R.J. Sigurdson, has submitted its final report to the Legislature, which includes six proposed recommendations for strengthening property rights in Alberta. “I am so proud of the work accomplished by this Committee, which was informed by the thoughts, opinions, experiences,

NEWS RELEASE: Dang fine proves wrongdoing in vax-hack scandal

(EDMONTON, AB): Today, Leduc-Beaumont MLA and former police officer Brad Rutherford released the following statement, after former NDP MLA Thomas Dang admitted he will face a fine under the Health Information Act for accessing Alberta’s vaccine records portal and the private health records of Albertans. “The result of the RCMP investigation

NEWS RELEASE: Over $3.7 million to support social recovery in Calgary

(EDMONTON, AB): New Civil Society Funding will support 17 Calgary-area projects, helping vulnerable Albertans and supporting social and economic recovery. As part of Alberta’s Recovery Plan, these grants will invest in unique and innovative projects to address social problems facing Albertans. This funding will help organizations in addressing a wide range

NEWS RELEASE: Notley must come clean on vax-hack dates

(EDMONTON, AB): Today, Leduc-Beaumont MLA and former police officer Brad Rutherford is demanding NDP Leader Rachel Notley come clean on when she knew Edmonton-South MLA Thomas Dang hacked Alberta’s vaccine records system and how that information was ultimately used. Many questions remain about Notley’s role in the vax-hack scandal that has

NEWS RELEASE: TURTON CALLS ON NOTLEY TO CONDEMN PIPELINE PROTESTS IN B.C.

(EDMONTON, AB): Today, Spruce Grove-Stony Plain MLA and Parliamentary Secretary for Energy Searle Turton called on NDP Leader Rachel Notley to condemn violent and illegal attacks on the Coastal GasLink pipeline, its workers, and law enforcement – after her party voted to endorse illegal Coastal GasLink protests this past November. In

NEWS RELEASE: NOTLEY MUST COME CLEAN ON DANG CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION

(EDMONTON,AB): Today, Leduc-Beaumont MLA Brad Rutherford called on NDP Leader Rachel Notley to demand Edmonton-South MLA Thomas Dang’s resignation from the Select Special Information and Privacy Commissioner Search Committee and to come clean on everything she knows about Dang’s involvement in a reported privacy breach. Rutherford, a former police officer, also

JONES RESPONDS TO ATA LEGAL THREATS

(EDMONTON, AB): Today, Calgary-South East MLA Matt Jones released the following statement, after the Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA) suggested it is exploring whether to take legal action over the government’s plan to lift restrictions – namely the elimination of masking requirements for kids and youth. You can see the legal

NDP POLITICAL STUNT WON’T DETER COMMITTEE WORK

(EDMONTON, AB): The Select Special Committee to Examine Safe Supply will continue its important work and will hear from all stakeholders, including those proposed by the NDP, despite the NDP’s lack of participation. The NDP announced today that they will not be participating in the bipartisan committee, despite the committee